Tag Archives: English language

Twanglish Lesson: Old Timer’s

Twanglish Lessons is your semi-unregularly posted guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remember: it’s not English; it’s Twanglish. Twanglish Lessons is back!

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Twanglish Lesson: Spell

Twanglish Lessons is your guide to the Official Language of the South. Remember, it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.

We’ve all heard about the kind of spell that a witch or wizard might cast on someone to say, turn them into a toad or make them go see a Michael Bay film. But we Southerners have our own types of spells: one good, one bad.

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Twanglish Lesson: Once’t (or however you spell it)

Twanglish Lessons is your bi-weekly guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remember, it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.

Every so often you come across a Twanglish word that you have no idea how to spell.

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Twanglish Lesson: Tar

Twanglish Lessons is your bi-weekly guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remember, it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.

Sometimes it’s not easy coming up with new Twanglish Lessons. The homogenized TV-speak that has infected most of our speech since early childhood has a way of blocking out the best Twanglish phrases in your memory.

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Twanglish Lesson: Windur

Twanglish Lessons is your bi-weekly guide to the finer points of the official Southern language. Remember, it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.

Today’s Twanglish Lesson reveals the multi-faceted nature of Twanglish as a dialect…

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You talkin’ to us? The best from you this week

One thing we love at RSM is getting to interact with you, our readers, in the comments section of our posts. The conversation this week has been fun and insightful. Here’s a selection of some of the best comments of the week: In response to our post explaining why we chose to launch on April […]

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